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  1. Scatter Data question

    What about utilizing multiple processor cores? Does SMS do that efficiently or is it better for the program to see the CPU as a single core? I'm considering upgrading my machine as I have several SMS models coming up with one in particular that will be quite large. Any hardware suggestions that you can make would be appreciated: Motherboard, Processor , RAM, etc. Thanks, John
  2. Scatter Data question

    Thanks Cody. I'll give that a try. I have 32G of Ram. What do you guy recommend for handling these large datasets?
  3. Scatter Data question

    I have a series of five scatter sets that are rather large and it is taking forever to merge them. I may need to thin the data out some. Any suggestions? Thanks, John
  4. Memory Issue

    UPDATE: I was able to use the coordinates during the import process to reduce the data limits and everything came in fine!
  5. Memory Issue

    Hello, I'm starting up a new SMS model and when I try to import the DEM, I get an error message that the machine does not have enough memory. However, this machine has 32GB of RAM and plenty of hard drive space. Same DEM loads fine into WMS... Is there another explanation? Thanks!
  6. Importing Shapefile and scatter

    As a follow-up I've attached a screen shot of the attribute table as read from ArcMap. When the shapefile is read into WMS the data in the "Contour Type" column is assigned to the elevations instead of the "elevation" column. How can I correct this? Thanks for your help! John ScreenShot.pdf
  7. Importing Shapefile and scatter

    Thanks Chris but I have tried this and it appears that the elevation data is not being assigned correctly. I think there may be an additional column in the data that is being assigned the elevation incorrectly. I would upload the file but it is too big. Is my suspicion possible? Thanks, John
  8. Hello, I've had a similiar issue before but I'm stuck trying to import a contour shape file into WMS. I can import the data and the lines come through but the elevation data is not there. If I import the same data into SMS, I can create a scatter file (*.h5) but it won't read in to WMS. Any ideas? Thanks, John
  9. Presentation Graphics

    Chris, In a previous post you mentioned the ability to export to various formats (ESRI, DWG, DXF, KMZ, etc) as well as the "copy to clipboard" command. I will be using Microstation to create a border for the exported graphics. I can get the graphic(flood impact map) with "copy to clipboard" but it is still quite grainy using a scale factor of 10. What would be a resonable scale factor? Trying the other route, the displayed flood impact map falls under the "TIN" data folder. When attempting to export this data via ArcInfo, the following message appears "You can only export a GRASS or ArcInfo ASCII grid from a dataset associated with a 2D grid." In the end, i need to create a flood impact maps for the existing and proposed conditions. These will be the shaded flood impact area over the aerial photo. Can you offer any other suggestions? Thanks, John
  10. Reading in HEC-RAS results

    Thank you Chris! Looks like that step 2 did the trick. Seems obvious now that I know it is there. I'm sure I'll have more for you before this is all said and done. Thanks again for all your help and have a fantastic weekend! John
  11. Reading in HEC-RAS results

    Thanks Chris. I think I tried this but will have another look. Does it matter where the HEC-RAS files reside, relative to the WMS files? When the read solution command is executed, it automatically opens up a RAS project file. It looks like that solution is the one that is read in no matter if I change and save. It always goes back to that original project file, which is located on another drive. I'll have another look but wanted to go ahead and get this addtional info out to you. Thanks again, John
  12. Reading in HEC-RAS results

    Thanks Chris, Yes, unsteady wuith multiple plans, each with multiple profiles. I can't seem to control (or be sure which) project plan and profiles are read in. Also, Once I get this issue sorted I need to start developing some presentation quality displays of flood impact maps, etc. What is the best way to extact maximum resolution graphics from WMS for this purpose? Thanks for all the help....I'm in this deep....
  13. Reading in HEC-RAS results

    As a follow-up, no matter where the RAS files are stored, or which project I select from the RAS menu when the "read solution" process is started, I get the same solution read in. This is confirmed by doing a conversion > impact map and subtracting one profile from another. The result is zero......I'll keep trying...
  14. Reading in HEC-RAS results

    Thanks Chris....I see the transient data for the "one" simulation. However, the are multiple simulations within my one HEC-RAS project (existing and various proposed alternates). The "read solution" command only appear to read in one solution. If that is in fact the case, is it reading in the most recent plan data from RAS? I'm thinking I'll need a separate HECRAS project file for each solution. Can you confirm? Thanks, John
  15. Reading in HEC-RAS results

    After restarting my machine, I'm able to read in the solution. Next question is when reading in multiple solutions from multiple plans in a single RAS Project, how do you distinguish which plan you are reading in? Must you create a stand alone RAS project for each solution? Thanks!